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By: Michael LaRocca
APOSTROPHE USAGE EXPLAINEDCopyright 2004, Michael LaRoccaAccording to one of my previous articles, whenever a Southernersays "Y'all wa (read entire article)
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By: Patricia Deere Ring
How many times have you seen it in ads, ezines, andarticles? ANYONE can be a writer! Right. But the question isdo you want to read what they w (read entire article)
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By: Steven Cronin
Kunlun Shan mountains border northSoaring peaks that bathe in cloudMan and beast trek back and forthHimalaya, standing proudFierce (read entire article)
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By: Tom Antion
I owe the completion and success of my book to a big cardboard box that saw me through the entire process. I found this box and filled it with any (read entire article)
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By: Judy Cullins
Avoid the Top Ten Costly Author Mistakes with Professional Coaching Judy Cullins ©2005 All Rights Reserved.Maybe you are thinking about it. Ma (read entire article)
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By: Lea Schizas
Awesome EndingBungee jumping, sky diving, secret mission, Indy 500: how do these events compare to the art of fiction writing? Each one brings (read entire article)
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By: Amrit Hallan
The first thing I learnt after writing my first copy was – it all boils down to how much your copy sells. No matter how good it is, no matter if it be (read entire article)
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By: George Dodge
Copywriters that try to be clever, humorous, abstract, or usedouble entendre with their headlines and ads will normally findthat they flop and (read entire article)
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By: Lynes Celeste
The shout of my mother is all I'm hearing. My stupid ears doesn't want to seize hearing those painful words from where I came from. I hate (read entire article)
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By: Scott McKenzie
Brochure printing can often make up a large portion of any marketing campaign's total expense. Finding affordable brochure printing and other printing (read entire article)
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By: Sophie Ann Rosario
In this high tech advanced world that we live in now, itappears many may have forgotten books, or at least losttouch with them for entertainme (read entire article)
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By: David McKenzie
What is one of the best ways to become an expert in your chosen field?It is to write articles on the internet. I have been writing art (read entire article)
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By: Sam Vaknin
The Encarta Encyclopedia - and even more so, the Encarta Reference Library Premium 2005 - is an impressive reference library. It caters effectively (a (read entire article)
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By: Kenneth J. McCormick
Iraq has become the quagmire of the middle east for the American military. What is the problem in Iraq and why is the situation getting worse and (read entire article)
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By: Jim Schulte
Everyone that publishes a newsletter or ezine knows that the "list" is the most important thing, if you want to be successful with any onl (read entire article)
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By: Nicole Criona
All writers aspire to recognition, but are we dedicated? Ambition is simply the drive or strong desire for something. It is the enthusiastic wanting, (read entire article)
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By: Knut R. Enebakk
Dear friend!Ebooks are today "the great trend" on the Internet, and are in GROWTH each year - Get to Turn Your Computer Into A Cashmachine and (read entire article)
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By: Brent Sampson
“Pay-for-Performance” or “Pay-per-Click” Internet advertising is making big waves lately, and the two biggest players are Google and Overture, which w (read entire article)
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By: Alexis Dawes
I've been selling my own self-published information products (mainly e-books) online for the past 3 years. Is it profitable? Definitely. But (read entire article)
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By: Christine Taylor
Technology vendors often contribute bylined articles to trade journals. The articles are great exposure for these companies but they don't (read entire article)
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By: Karyn Follis Cheatham
For many of us, marketing our titles is one of the most tedious tasks of being an author. Even authors who published with large New Yo (read entire article)
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By: Simon Mitchell
This land is my memories. For two thousand years this valley has been mine alone. I know every rock, every stream and every tree. I know the for (read entire article)
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By: Kris Mills
As a direct response copywriter, I (naturally) go through a set process to ensure that my copy hits the mark. A vital part of this process is performi (read entire article)
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By: Larry Dotson
1. You can build credibility with your prospects bytelling them you can't solve all their problems, butyou can solve a percentage of them. (read entire article)
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By: David Hallum
I'll bet you think ebook publishers don't needautoresponders, am I right? Well they do!And here's why...#1. If you publish more th (read entire article)
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By: Steve Dimeck
The sales letter is the key; the sales letter is the key - echoes through the Internet marketing mountains.Ad copy, sales copy, sales letter, (read entire article)
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By: Michael Hopkins
Even if you never write a word of your own, you can stillearn plenty of money in the lucrative ebook business. Many ebook authors include (read entire article)
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By: Catherine Franz
Are you writing a children’s book -- nonfiction or fiction?Here are a few tips on how to test your almost final draft.And test your manusc (read entire article)
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By: Tom
Advising on the best sourced assistance in relation to holiday cards. Sometimes when you're trying to find superior information relating to holid (read entire article)
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By: Dan Brown
1. Use a hand written letter on your ad copy insteadof text. Write the ad on a piece of paper, scan it andpublish the ad on your web page. Add (read entire article)
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By: Ecyoj Odabas
I am a warrior but not like Arthur and his Knights I fight for a cause Not merely for freedom, though freedom it may be I have no (read entire article)
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By: Irvin L. Rozier
Mine was Mrs. Martha Harrison, my eighth grade English teacher. She made us write, and write, and write. She would put a sentence on the black (read entire article)
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By: .aLfie .vera .mella
{to my fiancée, Charlotte Belialba}If you met me in my youthIn the days I was wilder and freerCould you have loved me still? (read entire article)
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By: .aLfie .vera .mella
I tried so hard to understand Why did it have to be us? Your gift that year was a broken home Gone in our lives then you were sudd (read entire article)
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By: Arleen M. Kaptur
We all write - whether we do it professionally or socially. Kids write homework assignments and mom and dad write out checks to pay bills. Wri (read entire article)
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By: Melissa A Rosati
Have you seen my voice? Odd question, I know. Voice is associated with sound not sight. Still, I’ve been looking for it everywhere: writer’s r (read entire article)
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By: Lea Toland
As a literary publicist I often am asked about publicity tips, tricks, and the magic behind my work. It's not magic. All you need to know are the basi (read entire article)
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By: Holly Jahangiri
Many writers regard passive voice as something invented by the Devil himself. Evil, evil, evil. And, when used by writers to avoid placing responsibility squarely on the shoulders of the rightful subj (read entire article)
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By: Joan Clout-Kruse
Do you LOVE to write? Are you so zeroed in on your writing that you are oblivious to distractions? In fact, distractions do not exist during this “Twilight Zone” period of time—you keep on writ (read entire article)
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By: Chris King
There are ethics and principles that we, as speakers, should embrace and follow. In this article I am going to highlight and explain the speaker's ethics and principles in which I believe.The true pro (read entire article)
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By: Susan Scharfman
In Elements of Style, E.B. White writes: "A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines (read entire article)
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By: Steven Barnes
"Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself. I am large, I contain multitudes." -- Walt Whitman, Song of MyselfThe dedicated writing student must continually search for tools to exp (read entire article)
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By: Joan Clout-Kruse
“Help! I have to give a speech. What do I do?” my business colleague asked me. Business people are asked frequently to speak in front of a group. New authors must speak to organizations an (read entire article)
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By: Jeff Herring
Did you know that you can write and market holiday related articles all year long?Most writers think of the holiday article writing season as beginning with Thanksgiving and ending with New Year's Day (read entire article)
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By: Bill Johnson
Every storyteller begins a story with a particular issue to deal with: what to reveal, when, and how, to set a story into motion. The trap is that to be obscure is to have a dramatically weak opening; (read entire article)
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By: Kal Bishop
The Hero's Journey is the template upon which the vast majority of successful stories and Hollywood blockbusters are based upon – understanding this template is a priority for story or screenwriters (read entire article)
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By: Tom Antion
Upstage: The area of the stage farthest from the audience. Also to steal the focus of the audience from the intended main performer.Venue: See Site.View-graph: Alternate name for overhead transparency (read entire article)
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By: Tom Antion
The title of this article is the same as a famous book by Richard Bayan that is used by marketing professionals around the world. As I was looking through it the other day I realized that the same kin (read entire article)
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By: Tom Antion
TRICK: Look in different directions to indicate different characters. The audience will associate a stage right or stage left look with the different character.TRICK: Use above trick along with changi (read entire article)
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By: Tom Antion
Public speaking has aspects related to time of day that you must know about. The first speaker of the day for an early morning (7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) program should not expect hearty laughter. Peopl (read entire article)
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